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Guide to the Normand Lockwood Collection, 1921-1996

Compiled by: Cassandra M. Volpe, Archivist; Prof. William Kearns, Volunteer; JoAn Segal, Volunteer; Gina Swartzmeier, Graduate Assistant; Brian Moon, Graduate Assistant Date Completed: 2001 Encoded by: Eric J. Petersen, 2002

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Descriptive Summary

Biography

Scope and Content

Organization of the Collection

Restrictions

Index Terms

Administrative Information

Series Description


Descriptive Summary

Creator Norman Lockwood
Title Normand Lockwood Collection,
Dates: 1921-1996
Extent: 112 linear ft. (119 boxes)
Location: Housed in American Music Research Center.

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Biography

Normand Lockwood was born in New York City on March 19, 1906, but raised in Ann Arbor, Mich. from the age of two. He was the son of Angelina (Normand-Smith) and Samuel Pierson Lockwood. Samuel Lockwood was a violinist, teacher, and conductor at the University of Michigan's School of Music in Ann Arbor, Mich. Angelina was also a violinist and played in the school orchestra and faculty string quartet at the University of Michigan though she was not a member of the faculty.

Normand Lockwood attended elementary school in Ann Arbor, Mich. While there, he began studying piano under Otto J. Stahl, who was the first to encourage Lockwood to write music. Through his father, Lockwood was able to pursue music classes at the University of Michigan. In 1924, Lockwood's academic education ended after two years at Ann Arbor High School.

Traveling in Europe with his uncle, pianist Albert Lockwood, Lockwood ended up in Rome where he studied orchestration with Ottorino Respighi for one year (1924-25). Lockwood next studied composition under Nadia Boulanger in Paris (1926-28, 1930-32). Under Boulanger, Lockwood's talent blossomed. During this period of schooling, Lockwood married Dorothy Sanders on September 21, 1926, with whom he raised three children. The marriage ended in 1955.

Lockwood was the recipient of the Prix de Rome fellowship in composition from 1929-32 at the American Academy in Rome. In 1932, Lockwood returned to the United States as Assistant Professor in theory and composition at Oberlin College, Ohio. From 1942 to 1948, he moved to New York as recipient of the Guggenheim Fellowship studying and composing, holding faculty positions and lecturing at Columbia University and Union Theological Seminary, and composing and arranging music for CBS.

In 1948 Lockwood was appointed Head of Composition and Theory at Westminster Choir College, Princeton, NJ. From 1950-52 he was visiting professor and lecturer at Queens College and Yale University. He also received many awards for compositions during this period. In 1953-55 Lockwood was named Chair of the Music Department, Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. From 1955-57 he moved to Laramie, Wyoming, where he composed many pieces of music. He also met and married Vona K. Swedell.

From 1957 to 1961, Lockwood was visiting professor at the University of Oregon, University of Hawai, and began his relationship with the University of Denver. In 1961 he received a joint faculty appointment in the departments of Music and Drama at the University of Denver where he produced many operatic/theatrical works. Lockwood retired and became Professor Emeritus at the University of Denver in 1974.

Normand Lockwood lived in Denver, Colorado, with his wife, Vona, and continued to compose music from the time of his retirement in 1974 until his death in 2002. He has composed over 500 works in all traditional musical genres, including choral, keyboard, chamber music, solo songs, works for large instrumental ensembles, operas, and incidental music for drama. He died in Denver on March 9, 2002, ten days shy of his 96th birthday.

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Scope and Content

The Normand Lockwood has been deposited in the AMRC at the University of Colorado since about 1988. Therefore, the numbering system is not consecutive and the collection has been divided into five series.

Series I: In 1990, a large portion of the the collection had been received. Kay Norton was writing her PhD dissertation on Normand Lockwood's music and she organized this first portion of the collection giving it the numbers Box 1 through Box 38 plus Oversize 1 through 12.

Series II: Additional materials continued to come after Ms. Norton completed her dissertation and it was decided not to interfile the new music in the original filing system. Therefore, Series II is composed of New Box (NB) numbering sequence and was established for receipts of materials after 1990. This series also now includes operatic materials that had been donated to the University of Denver, but later transferred to the University of Colorado in 1999. These boxes are numbered NB 1 through NB 47.

Series III: Personal records (PR) make up Series III and includes correspondence, writings, clippings, photos, testimonials on Lockwood's 65th and 90th birthdays, programs and texts of many compositions. These boxes are numbered PR 1 through PR 12.

Series IV: This series is made of all the Audio (AU) materials received with the Normand Lockwook Collection. This series includes reel-to-reel and cassette tapes, 78rpm and 33 1/3rpm recordings and CD's. These boxes are numbered AU 1 through AU 7

Series V: This series is composed of large, oversized (OV) musical compositions and scrapbooks. These boxes are numbered OV 1 through OV 15.

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Organization of the Collection

This collection is organized into five series.
Series I: Music Compositions by Normand Lockwood
- Subseries A: Choral Works
- Subseries B: Operas
- Subseries C: Solo Songs
- Subseries D: Piano works
- Subseries E: Chamber Ensembles
- Subseries F: String Quartets
- Subseries G: Organ Works
- Subseries H: Instrumental Ensembles
- Subseries I: Miscellaneous
Series II: New Box - Music Compositions
- Subseries A: Early Works by Normand Lockwood
- Subseries B: Family and Friend Composers
- Subseries C: Miscellaneous Music by Normand Lockwood
- Subseries D: Children's Records Music Scores
- Subseries E: Student Compositions
Series III: Personal Records
- Subseries A: Personal
- Subseries B: Correspondence
- Subseries C: Testimonials
- Subseries D: Programs, Texts, Correspondence by Title
Series IV: Audio
- Subseries A: Reel to Reel Tapes
- Subseries B: 78 RPM Records
- Subseries C: 33 1/3 RPM Records
- Subseries D: Cassettes and CD
Series V: Oversize

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Restrictions

Access

Collection is open for research.

Publication Rights

All requests for permission to publish or quote from manuscripts must be submitted in writing to the American Music Research Center.

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Index Terms

Access points related to this collection
Names:
Lockwood, Norman, 1906-
Organizations:
American Music Research Center
Subjects:
Composers -- Archives
Lockwood, Normand, 1906- -- Archives

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Administrative Information

Preferred Citation

[Identification of item], Normand Lockwood Collection, American Music Research Center, University of Colorado, Boulder.

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Series Description

Series I: Music Compositions by Normand Lockwood

Box
1-8 Subseries A: Choral Works
Box
1 A - B
Box
2 C - D
Box
3 E - Hea
Box
4 Here - K
Box
5 L - Mass (Midnight)
Box
6 Mass (Midnight) - Passion
Box
7 Pastoral - Rejoice
Box
8 Rejoice - Z
Box
9-15 Subseries B: Operas
Box
9 "Early Dawn"
Box
10 "Hanging Judge"
Box
11 "Requiem for a Rich Young Man"
Box
12 "Requiem for a Rich Young Man"
"Scarecrow"
Box
13 "Scarecrow"
Box
14 "Scarecrow"
Box
15 "My Sister, My Spouse, No More From Thrones"
Box
16-19 Subseries C: Solo Songs
Box
16 A - F
Box
17 G - Prayer
Box
18 Psy - Six Songs
Box
19 Slumber - Z
Box
20-21 Subseries D: Piano Works
Box
20 Alternations - Piano Piece
Box
21 Pieces of Eight - All Two Piano Works
Box
22-25 Subseries E: Chamber Ensembles
Box
22 Atanos - By'm By
Box
23 Clarinet Quintets and Woodwind Ensembles
Box
24 Church at Ripton and Lyric Piano
Box
25 Piano Quintet - Trio for Violin, Cello, Piano
Box
27-28 Subseries F: String Quartets
Box
26 Andante - String Quartet in C Major
Box
27 No Designation - String Quartet No. 7
Box
28 Subseries G: Organ Works
Box
28 Organ Works
Box
29-30 Subseries H: Instrumental Ensembles
Box
29-30 "Symphony (1941)"
Box
31-38 Subseries I: Miscellaneous
Box
31 "Return of the Spirits"
"Concerto for Oboe"
"Immortal Image"
"Choreographic Suite for String Orchestra"
"Prayers and Fanfares"
"Panegyric for String Orchestra"
Box
32-33 "Children of God"
Box
34 "O Lord What Is Man?"
"Thought of Him I Love"
"Round-He That Buys Land Buys Stones"
Box
35 "Prelude to Western Star "
"Quartetto Breve"
"A Childhood Recollection 'Lunch at the Putnam Camp'"
"Etude 1 and 2"
"Reno '91"
Box
36 "Sleeping Beauty"
"Eidolons"
"Lenten Sequence (Interval and Ascent)"
Box
37 "Love Divine"
Box
38 "String Quartet"
"Trio for Flute, Viola and Harp"
"Silent Night"
"Sequence of Preambles"
"Righteous Joseph"
"Introit"
"Out of Mays Show Selected"
"Make a Joyful Noise Unto the Lord"
"Friendless Blues"
"Frankie and Johnnie"
"Sequence of Preambles for Solo Flute"
"Funeral Service"

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Series II: New Box - Music Compositions

Box
Subseries A: Early Works by Normand Lockwood
Box
NB 1 Early Works by Normand Lockwood
"Adagio" piano, [probably Paris, 1925], unsigned
"Andantino" string quartet, Apr. 1922, signed
"Capriccio" piano, Jan. 1922, unsigned
"Capriccio" piano, Apr. 1922, unsigned
"Eight Dances" piano, Apr. 1921, orchestration by Samuel Pierson Lockwood, signed
"Etude" piano, Feb. 25, 1924, unsigned
"Improvisations" piano, Sept. 1912, signed
"Improvisations" piano, London, Sept. 1924, signed
"Little Dustman" arr. From Brahms, piano, Apr. 1922, signed
"Lyric Poem" piano, [early 1920s], signed
"Mein Haus" voice and piano, July 1922, [text by NLs mother] unsigned
"Never seek to tell thy love" SSAA, [probably Oberlin, early 1930] unsigned
"Penseroso, Allegro" piano, [Rome 1925] unsigned
"Prelude" piano, Jan. 1923, signed
"Prelude" piano, May 18, 1923, signed
"Prelude" piano, March 3, 1924, unsigned
"Prelude" piano, Paris, Dec. 20, 1925, signed
"Prelude" for woodwinds, Rome, 1925, signed
[Skull and crossbones] drawing, [probably pre-1920], for piano, bells, dishpan, vocal, egg beater, and T triangle, unsigned
"Slumber Song" voice and piano, text by NL, n.d., signed
"Sonata" piano, summer, 1923, signed
[Sonata] 1st movement, piano, London, Sept. 1924, unsigned
"Suite: Prelude, Blue, Arabesque" piano, Paris, Dec. 1925, signed;
By Brother Ben for Sister Hen (nicknames for NL and his sister)
For NLs sisters birthday.
"This morn thy gallant bark" voice and piano, [probably Rome, 1925] (poem by Mrs. Shelly) unsigned
"Three (3) Voice Invention" piano, counterpoint, May 9, 1923, signed (comments by teacher, Otto Jacob Stahl)
"Valse-Prelude" piano, March 1923, signed
Unidentified item, piano, June 1921, unsigned
Box
Subseries B: Family and Friend Composers
Box
NB 2 Family and Friend Composers
Lockwood, Albert (Uncle of NL)
Programs 1901-1913
100 Years of Music at Michigan 1880-1980
Lockwood, Angelina (Mother of NL)
"Teresita" pezzo per Violino e Pianoforte
Lockwood, Samuel Pierson, arranger (Father of NL)
"Old Dutch Peasant Songs" Transcribed for piano by Julius Rontgen; Transcribed for clarinet, bassoon, and organist by S.P. Lockwood
"Scherzo" from Midsummer Nights Dream written by Mendelssohn; Transcribed for violin I and II, viola, cello by S. P. Lockwood
"Valse de Concert" score and parts for flute, oboe, clarinet, fagotto, corno, trumpet, trombone, violin, viola, violoncello, bass, timpani by S. P. Lockwood
Normand-Smith, Gertrude, composer (Aunt of NL)
"Auf der Heide" words by Martin Greif
"Das Huterkind" words by Martin Greif
"Daszerbrochene Kruglein" words by Martin Greif
"Der Tod, das ist die kuhle Nacht" words by Heinrich Heine
"Die Verlassene" words by E. Morike
"Maienschnee" words by Martin Greif
"Nichtlange wahrte mir das Gluck" words by Heinrich Heine
"Stiefmutter" words by Martin Greif
"Sunnwendnacht" words by Martin Greif
"Verschwiegene Liebe" words by Eichendorff
"Watchmans Call" words by Rudolf Baumbach
"Zigeunerweise I"
Sreinsin
"Sonata"
Boulanger, Nadia
"O Nata Lux de Lumine" original manuscript
Box
Subseries C: Miscellaneous Music by Normand Lockwood
Box
NB 3 "Anyone Lived in a Pretty How Town"
"Canon: Straight Is the Line of Duty"
"Childs Christmas in Wales"
"Etude"
"Farfalle"
"Francis at Prayer"
"Infant Child Care is Available"
"Little Blue Waltz"
"Little Suite for Piano"
"Motet"
"O Shut Your Bright Eyes"
Box
NB 4 "Give Me the Splendid Silent Sun" for SATB a cappella
"Give Me the Splendid Silent Sun" for Chorus and Orchestra
"University Anthem for Choir, Trumpet and Carillon"
(See also God of All Wisdom Box NB7)
Box
NB 5 "Carmen Possum"
"Elizabethan Blues-A Cycle for. . . "
"4 for 3"
"Memorial Day, Oklahoma City"
"Sonata: Autumn"
"Songs ad Memoriam Daniel S. K. Chang"
"String Quartet 92/94"
"Three Movements"
Box
NB 6 "Four Similes with Introduction and Coda"
"Interlude: Bells Recalling"
"Never Was Such Caroling"
"Passacaglia ed Inno-Passacaglia and Hymns"
"Requiem"
"Romanza"
"Sognata"
Box
NB 7 "Concert Overture"
"Five Little Old Playtime Rhymes and Tunes"
"Fraternal Overture"
"God of All Wisdom"
(See also University Anthem Boxes NB4 and NB42)
"Nun Quam 'Never See Without Wandering"
"Relationships"
"Sacred Melodram"
Box
NB 8 "April in a Shinto Mood"
"Brass Quintet Music"
"Ballad of the Trees and the Master"
"Children's Hour"
"Lenten Song"
"Mass of the Holy Ghost"
"Minnelied" (Incl. "All My Thanks" (All Mein Gedanken)
"Missa"
"Retrospections"
(See also NB41)
"Saint Ann"
"Soliloquy Before a Painted Backdrop"
"String Quartet"
"Suite for Horn Octet . . . Gong"
"Symphonic Interlude"
"To John, Via His Fair Ladies"
"Trio" for Violin, Viola, Cello
Box
NB 9-11 "Dreamboat" opera
Box
NB 12-17 "Early Dawn" opera
Box
NB 18-24 "Hanging Judge (Inevitable Hour)" opera
Box
NB 25-31 "Land of Promise" opera
Box
NB 32 "Requim for a Rich Young Man" opera
Box
NB 33-35 "Scarecrow" opera
Box
NB 36-39 "Wizards of Balizar" opera
Box
NB 40 "Comes a Pause in the Days Ministrations"
"Communion Service"
"Credo III"
"Daunterpoint"
"Diesirae"
"Dreaming (Hexatonically)"
"Ev'ryperson"
"Fanfare"
"For Instance"
"Hill Wife"
"In the Magic of the Moon"
"Magnificat for Solo Soprano, Choir, and Organ"
"Morte, La Notte Pacifica"
"Sam Johnson"
Box
NB 41 "Arapahoe"
"Birth of Moses"
"Closing Cadence"
"Donne's Last Sermon"
"Exit Sequence"
"For Helen Boatright"
"In Memory of the Savior's Love"
"Introit"
Mass sections, 1 and 2
"Moments Reflection"
"Pa's Encore"
"Piano Quartet"
"Prelude in the Past-Present Tenses"
"Retrospection"
(See also NB8)
Box
NB 42 "Seasons of the Forests"
"Sonata (Full Circle)"
"Sonata in One Movement"
"Spirituals"
"Stalemate"
"Story of the Princess Shao-Jun"
"Three Figments for Voice and Piano"
"Three Improvisations"
"Three Pieces Composed in Absentia"
"University Anthem for Choir and Winds"
(See also NB4 and God of All Wisdom NB7)
Box
Subseries D: Childrens Records Music Scores
Box
NB 43 Young Peoples Records/Childrens Record Guild Fransen, Inc.
Scores for Recorded Music:
"Animal Super-Market" score
"Hiawatha" score
"Mickey Goes to School" score
"Riddle-Me-This" sketches and score for male voice, flute, piano
"Travels of Babar" piano reduction only
Scores for Unrecorded Music:
"Bernie's Animal Orchestra" piano reduction only
Paul Robson Scores:
"Ah Still Suits Me" score
"It Ain't Necessarily So" score
"Ol' Man River" score
" Sylvia" score
Box
Subseries E: Student Compositions
Box
NB 44 Student Compositions A - Hed
Ball, H. Lea T.
"Stabiles 1969" violin, viola, cello, orchestra
"String Quartet"
"Trialog Number One" 2nd movement
Bourassa, Richard
"Introspect" clarinet and piano
Brosh, Thomas D.
"Dialogue for Treble Instruments"
"Etude for Two Saxophones"
"Four Pieces for Organ"
"Interchange I" piano and viola
"Music for Six Instruments and Prepared Tape" flute, oboe, clarinet, bassoon, horn, snare drum
"Pastel" 12 wind instruments, solo saxophone, percussion
"Spectrum, 1968" mezzo soprano, flute, oboe
Canning, Thomas
"Sonata for Organ"
"Three Old Nursery Rhymes" SATB
Christiansen, Paul
"Still With Thee" SATB, organ
Crane, Robert
"Sonatina for Piano"
DeCoursey, Ralph
"Weepin Mary" SATB, piano
Felter, David
"Eagle" low voice and piano
"Four Chinese Poems" lyric soprano and two flutes
"In Peace and Joy I Now Depart" SSAATTBB
"Joy, Shipmate, Joy" SSATTBB
"To a Lost Lady" low voice and piano
Finnerty, Sister Mary Cecile
"Ave Marie" SSA
"Mass" SSA
Fleck, Dale
"Music for Bells"
Harter, Harry H.
"None Other Lamb" SATB, piano
"O, All Ye Lands, A Joyful Noise" SATB, optional piano
"Praise God, Ye Christians, All Alike" SATB, piano
Hedges, Hazel
"On Great Skellig Mountain" two organs
Box
NB 45 Student Compositions Hel - Hos
Heller, Duane
"Contradance" six trombones
"Collection # 1"
"Four Songs" baritone and piano
"Three Faces of Jehovah" mens chorus and piano
"Carol to the Virgin" a cappella choir
"String Quartet"
"Miniatures" womens chorus
"Octet" brass
"Three Songs from Keepsakes" soprano and piano
"Epilogue to God Rest Ye Merry Gentlemen" SATB
"Suite" solo cello
"Collection # 2"
"Five Madrigals on Poems by Robert Herrick" SATB
"Piano Sonata"
"Cantata: Adam and Eve"
"Falcon Hath Born My Lord Away" SATB
"Love Songs" baritone and cello
"Sept chansons de Guillaume Apollinaire" soprano and piano
"Crepuscule"
"La Blanche Neige"
"L'Adieu"
"Voyage a Paris"
"La Taigane"
"Les Cloeches"
"La Dame"
"Tenebrae Factae Sunt" TTBB, bass and contrabass clarinet, bassoon, contrabassoon
"Three Folk Songs"
"Variations on a Theme of Paganini" flute, clarinet, violin, viola, cello, harpsicord
Program notes, miscellaneous pieces
Hoskins, William Barnes
"Quartet No. 1 in A minor"
Box
NB 46 Student Compositions I - K
Ingham, Michael
"All Hail the Power of Jesus Name" SATB
Jesuit Priests, Parma Ohio
"Acclamations" Ambroslan Chants
Kettering, Eunice Lea
"Moons the North Winds Cooky" SSA
"Sun Says His Prayers" SSA
Kleen, Leslie
"Eight Love Poems" solo voice and harp
Kreutz, Robert
"Carnival" organ
"Gradual and Alleluia" soprano and baritone, organ
"Hymn of Gladness" SATB, 2 flutes, organ or piano
"Laudate Dominum" SATB
"Mass Dedicated to Children" SATB, organ
"Psalms" SATB, 2 flutes, organ or piano
"Sea Songs" SATB, 2
"Silverheels" SATB, 2
"Something in the Night" SATB
"Trees, Horizon, and Memories" SSA
"Who Loves the Rain" SATB
"Wind from the West" SATB 2
Box
NB 47 Student Compositions L - Z
Lee, P. C.
"Confucian Temple Music"
"Farmers Song"
Lenel, Ludwig
"Marias Wiegenlied" voice and piano
"O Lord, Look Down From Heaven, Behold" SAATB
"Rejoice in the Lord" SATB, piano optional
"Sonata" violin and piano
MacKinnon, Robert
"Camptown Races" arr. SATB, piano
Meeker, Charles A.
"Apostles' Creed" choir, congregation, organ
"Lord's Prayer" SSATBB, organ
"Praise and Glory be Unto God" SATB, organ, 2
"Sing a New Song Unto the Lord" SSATBB, organ
Mennin, Peter
"Crossing the Han River" SATB, 2
"Gold Threaded Robe" SATB, 2
"In the Quiet Night" SATB, 2
"Song of the Palace" SATB
Simpson, Wayne R.
"Woodwind Quintet No. 1"
Smith, Melville
"Awake! Awake!" arr. (North Carolina folksong), SATB
Staton, Kenneth W.
"Let the Saints be Joyful" SATB
"Litany of Praise and Thanksgiving " SATB, piano
"Psalm 24" SAB, soprano solo, orchestra
"Three Miniatures for Piano"
Stroope, Z Randall
"Crown of Roses" SSA, piano, 2
Twyeffort, Barbara
"Lullabye" solo voice, piano
Waring, Peter
"Out of the Orient" SA, baritone, piano
"Shepherds in Judaea" SATB, organ
"Sing a New Nowell" SATB, organ
Whikehart, Lewis E.
"O Sing Unto the Lord"
Woodruff, E. S.
"Legend" piano
"Pierrot" SSAA, piano
Yarbrough, Stephen
"Annunciation to the Shepherds" flute, piano, cello
"Dawn Serenade" flute and violin

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Series III: Personal Records

Box
Subseries A: Personal
Box
PR 1 Personal
Awards
Biographical Information (Resumes, etc.)
Biographical Information (Newspaper clippings)
Biographical Information (Published articles)
Biographical Information (Pan Pipes - Lockwood references)
Family History
Lectures
Music for Theater Plays
Music Lists
Photographs
Box
PR 2 - PR 7 Subseries B: Correspondence
Box
PR 2 Correspondence A - B
A
Aiken, Louise
Altvater, H. Hugh
American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters
American Academy at Rome
B
Bacon, Ernst
Bain, Wilfred C.
Baird, J. Julius
Berea College
Berger, Jean
Blodgett, Walter
Boatwright, Helen
Boulanger, Nadia
Brosh, Tom
Broude Brothers Ltd.
Brunelle, Philip
Bryn-Julson, Phyllis
Box
PR 3 Correspondence C - D
C
Chang, Daniel S. K.
College Music Society
Colorado State Music Teacher Association
Coolidge, Elisabeth Sprague
Cossaboom, Sterling P.
Crane, Robert E.
Crawford, Nancy
D
Daniel, Oliver
Davis, Tony M.
Dexter, John
Diamond, David L.
Dietz, F. Meredith
Dox, Thurston J.
Duncan, James L.
Box
PR 4 Correspondence E - J
E
Ehle, Robert
Elwell, Herbert
Endsley, Gerald
Erskine, Jeanne
Evanson, Jacob A.
F
Farmer, Norma
Fleck, Dale and Conrad Morgan
Fusner, Henry
G
Goodwin, James A.
Gray, H. W.
H
Harter, Harry H.
Hovey, Rolf E.
Hufsmith, George W.
Iowa State University
J
Jacobs, Arthur Leslie
James, Ben
Jared, Steve
Jenson Publications Inc.
Johns, Malcolm
Johnson, Thor
Johnson, Walter
Box
PR 5 Correspondence K - M
K
KRMA-TV Denver
Kirkpatrick, John
Kjos, Neil A.
Kreutz, Robert
Kroeger, Karl
Kunitz, Sharon L.
L
Lenel, Ludwig
Lepinski, Jerald
Lockwood, Normand
Louchard, John
Lovelace, Austin C.
M
MacKinnon, Robert
Magi, Aldo P.
Mason, Marilyn
Mennin, Peter
Mercury Music Corporation
Millikin University
Moll, Charles
Montgomery, Marg-Riette
Moore, (Mrs. John) Beatrice M.
Moore, Douglas
Box
PR 6 Correspondence N - Q
N
Nelson, Larry A.
New Mexico State University
Niles, Rena
Niven, Lewis
Norton, Kay
O
P
Parmelee, Paul
Pizarro, David
Pointer, Richard
Porter, Quincy
Porter, Susan L.
Powell, John
Priestman, Brian
Box
PR 7 Correspondence R - Z
R
Ragonetti, Marcia
Reynolds, David
Rothkopf, Michael S.
S
Saminsky, Lazare
Sawyer's Inc.
Schmitt, Homer
Shaw, Frank H.
Smith, Melville
Sprague-Smith, Carelton
Stanton, Kenneth W.
Stark, Mack
Steiner, Fred
Sutherland, Donald
T
U - V - W
Unidentified
Wolfe, Duain
Wood, William
Wyton, Alec
X - Y - Z
Yaddo Festival
Box
Subseries C: Testimonials
Box
PR 8 Celebrations of 65th and 90th Birthdays
65th Birthday (1971) Testimonials
Testimonials collected by Susan Porter - Master List
Testimonials A - B
Testimonials C
Testimonials D - F
Testimonials G - J
Testimonials K - N
Testimonials O - S
Testimonials T - Z
90th Birthday Celebration (1996)
90th Birthday Commemoration - Planning materials
Box
PR 9 - PR 12 Subseries D: Programs, Texts, Correspondence by Title
Box
PR 9 Programs, etc. A - C
Church Music
Preludes for other composers' works
Programs 1912 -1924
Texts (Unidentified, multiples, miscellaneous)
Tributes, Festivals and Concerts dedicated to Lockwood (1939 - 1997)
Tributes, Festivals and Concerts dedicated to Lockwood (1942 - 1985
"A - B - A"
"Acclamations of the Mass"
"Alleluia, Christ Is Born"
"American Folk Songs for Quartet"
"Anguish"
"Anyone Lived in a Pretty How Town"
"Arise, Shine"
"Bacchae"
"Ballad of the North and South"
"Becket or the Honor of God"
"Birth of Moses (Exodus)"
"Bully Boat"
"By 'm By"
"Canonic Toccata"
"Carol Fantasy"
"Cello Quartet"
"Children of God"
"Choreographic Cantata"
"Christ Is Risen"
"Christmas Garland"
"Christmas Hymn"
"Christmas In Olde England"
"Christmas Is Coming"
"Clarinet Quintet"
"Closing Doxology (Psalm 150)"
"Cloud of Witnesses"
"Concertino for Solo Trumpet and Concert Band"
"Concerto for Oboe"
"Concerto for Organ and Brasses"
"Concerto for Two Harps and Orchestra"
"Cradle Song"
"Crucible"
Box
PR 10 Programs, etc. D - K
"David Mourneth for Absalom"
"De Profundis "
"Devils (of Loudun)"
"Diologue of Abraham and Isaac"
"Dirge for Two Veterans"
"Donne's Last Sermon"
"Earth Is the Lord's"
"Eating Song"
"Eight Details and a Summary for Piano"
"Electra of Sophocles"
"Elegy For a Hero"
"Emperor Jones"
"Fallen Is Babylon the Great!"
"Fantasia"
"Fantasie on Jesus My Joy (1972)"
"Farce of the Worthy Master Pierre Patelin"
"Festive Service for the Organ"
"Five Inspirational Songs"
"For the Time Being"
"Four Choral Responses to the Words of Christ"
"Four Excursions for Four Basses"
"Four Poems of Liu Chang-Ch'ing"
"Four Poems of Ronsard"
"Four Songs"
"Fragments From Sappho"
"From an Opening to a Close"
"Gettysburg Address (l863)"
"Ghost Sonata"
"Gifts of the First Christmas"
"Give Me the Splendid Silent Sun"
"Glory of My Crown"
"God of All Wisdom (A University Anthem for Chorus and Winds)"
"Good Woman of Setzuan"
"Hippolytus"
"Holy Birth (Christmas Cantata)"
"Hosanna"
"Hymn of Paradise"
"I Know Starlight"
"I Will Give Thanks with All My Heart"
"I'm Goin' Home"
"If I Have Made, My Lady"
"In Search"
"Inevitable Hour"
"Inscriptions From the Catacombs"
"Inspirational Songs"
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PR 11 Programs, etc. L - P
"Land of Promise"
"Laud"
"Laudate Dominum (Psalm 150)"
"Let Nothing Disturb Thee"
"Light Out of Darkness"
"Litany (for wood-wind quintet and piano)"
"Little Suite for 2 Trumpets in C"
"Lord Is My Shepherd (Psalm 23)"
"Lord Reigneth"
"Lord's Prayer (according to Dante)"
"Love Divine"
"Lullaby for Christmas"
"Macbeth"
"Magnificat for Soprano, Chorus and Orchestra"
"Make a Joyful Noise Unto the Lord"
"Making of Viola"
"Mandrake"
"Mary, Who Stood in Sorrow"
"Mass for Children and Orchestra"
"Masters In This Hall"
"Medea"
"Mein Haus"
"Metaphors for Symphonic Winds and Percussion"
"Monotone"
"Mosaic for Accordion and Flute"
"Mourning Dove"
"My Sister, My Spouse"
"Never Was Such Caroling"
"O Come, Let Us Sing To the Lord"
"O Lord, the Measure of Our Prayers"
"Odysseus (Suite)"
"Oh, Lady, Let the Sad Tears Fall"
"Old Hundredth - A Cantata"
"Once Upon a Silent Night"
"Out of the Cradle"
"Overture for String Quartet"
"Panegyric for String Orchestra and Horn"
"Passion After the Seven Last Words of Christ"
"Pasture"
"Pastures for Solo Harp"
"Pater, Dimitte Illis, Non Enim Sciunt"
"Piano Concerto"
"Pi March"
"Prairie"
"Prelude to Western Star"
"Processional Voluntary for Organ"
"Psalm 23"
"Psalm 114 (An Exhortation to Fear God in this Power)"
"Psalm 119 (The Heavens Are Telling the Glory of God)"
"Psalms 117, 63, 134 (1938)"
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PR 12 Programs, etc. Q - Z
"Quartet in G"
"Quartet in Three Movements for Four Cellos"
"Queen and the Rebels"
"Red Cow Is Dead"
"Rejoice in the Lord"
"Reluctance"
"Requiem for a Rich Young Man"
"Rest (Hymn 506)"
"Revelation of John to the Seven Churches"
"River Magic"
"Scarecrow"
"School for Scandal"
"Second Concerto for Organ and Brasses"
"Sequence of Preambles for Solo Flute"
"Shine, Perishing Republic"
"Short Story for Horn and Piano"
"Shout for Joy"
"Sitting in a Tree"
"Six Miscellaneous Songs"
"Six Short Pieces for the Organ"
"Six Songs"
"Sonata - Fantasia"
"Sonata for Organ (1965)"
"Song of the Virgin Mother"
"Songs"
"Steal Away"
"Story of St. Nicholas"
"Suite for Accordion, Clarinet and Bassoon"
"Summer's Evening Sonatina"
"Summertree (Fugue Sonata)"
"Symphonic Sequences"
"Symphony, A Year's Chronicle"
"Symphony for Large Orchestra"
"Symphony for String Orchestra"
"Tamburlaine the Great"
"Tenting on the Old Camp Ground"
"This Moment Yearning"
"This Sacred Ground"
"Thought of Him I Love"
"Three American Sea Shanties"
"Three Capri Songs"
"Three Chorale Voluntaries"
"Three Verses of Emily Dickinson"
"To Margarita Debayle"
"Trio (1985)"
"Trio for Flute, Viola, and Harp"
"Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano"
"Triptych"
"Weekend Prelude"
"Year's Chronicle, Symphony"
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Subseries E: Articles
American Academy in Rome (1932)
American Composers Alliance
National Association for American Composers and Conductors, Inc.
University Musical Society, Apr-May 1953

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Series IV: Audio

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Subseries A: Reel-to-Reel Tapes
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AU 1 Tape 1 "Acclamations of the Mass"; "Alleluya, Christ is Born"
Tape 2 "Alternations" Paul Parmelee, pianist, n.d.
Tape 3a-b "Am I My Brother's Keeper" Pt. I and Pt. II, 2 Tapes; Berea College Oratorio Choir with Cincinnati Symphony, Feb. 17, 1957.
Tape 4 "Anyone Lived in a Pretty Now Town", e.e.cummings, Wayne State University Women's Glee Club, May 16, 1958.
Tape 5 Helen Boatwright sings Normand Lockwood songs: "3 Poems by Emily Dickinson"; "Sonnet" by e.e. cummings; "6 Cinquaines" by Adelaide Crapsey; "The Pasture" by Robert Frost; n.d.
Tape 6 "Broadeast" not in NL catalog, n.d.
Tape 7 "Carol Fantasy", n.d.
Tape 8 Chancellor's Concert [Denver University] honoring Normand Lockwood: "God of All Wisdom", "Hamburg", "Sonata for Two Pianos", "Requiem for a Rich Young Man", "Closing Doxology"; May 1971.
Tape 9 "Closing Doxology", Denver University Chorus and Band, n.d.
Tape 10 "Concerto/Organ and Brass", n.d.
Tape 11 "Concerto for Organ and Brasses and Quiet Design" Tape of LP recording.
Tape 12a-e "Dialogue of Abraham and Isaac", A. Schoep, tenor; M. Grubb, piano, 5 Tapes. Part of a lecture recital, inc. Poulenc, "Le Bestiaire". Text from "My Sister, My Spouse" a sacred comedy by Donald Sutherland.
Tape 13 "Elegy for a Hero", n.d. KRMA broadcast.
Tape 14 "Flute Sonata" in 2 movements a coda, for flute and piano; Susan Larson recital, May 2, 1968.
Tape 15 "Good Woman of [Litzuan?]", not in NL catalog, n.d.
Tape 16a-e "Hanging Judge" 5 Tapes, n.d.
Tape 17 "Heavens are Telling", Nashville, Oct. 1974.
Tape 18a-b "Holy Birth" 2 Tapes, St. Thomas Choir, December, 1969.
Tape 19 "Irish Songs" arr., Christopher Lynn, tenor; John Wummer, flute; Laura Newell, hp; Leonard Rose, cello; Tape of LP recording.
Tape 20 "Job of Uz", not in NL catalog, n.d.
Tape 21a-b "Life Triumphant", 2 Tapes, Moramus Chorale, Oct. 14, 1977.
Tape 22 "Light Out of Darkness", World Premiere, n.d.
Tape 23 "Light Out of Darkness", Buffalo, N.Y., n.d.
Tape 24 "Love Divine", n.d.
Tape 25 "Macbeth Music", not in NL catalog, n.d.
Tape 26 University of New Mexico program featuring NL; "Fallen is Babylon the Great", Jeanne Grealish, mez-sop and Lois McLeod, piano; "Sonata for flute and piano", Billy Watt, flute and Rita Angel, piano; "Piano Fantasy", Elizabeth Sikelianos, piano; "Clarinet Quintet", Richard Kilmer, clarinet; "Concerto for Organ and Brasses", Wesley Selby, organ.
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AU 2 Tape 1 "Oboe Concerto", Richard Pointer, soloist; Orquesta de la Universidad Nacional Autonoma de Mexico, n.d.
Tape 2 "Panagyric", n.d.
Tape 3a-c "Piano Concerto", 3 Tapes, Zita Carmo, piano; Efrain Guigni, cond.; Composers' Conference, Johnson, VT, Aug. 25, 1973.
Tape 4 "Piano Concerto", David Karp, soloist, Spring 1976.
Tape 5 "Piano Concerto", from Dialogue of Abraham and Isaac; Arthur Schoep, tenor; n.d.
Tape 6 "Prelude to the Western Star", David Laurent, n.d.
Tape 7 "Requiem for a Rich Young Man", 3 Tapes, Univ. of Denver original cast Bonfils Theater, n.d.
Tape 8a-b "Shine, Perishing Republic", 2 Tapes, Middlebury College Choir, Oct. 11, 1968
Tape 9 WYNC master tape, n.d.
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Subseries B: 78 RPM Records
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AU 3 8-inch Recordings
Sawyer's Correlated Classroom Materials, Basic Set, Normand Lockwood, music director, c. 1958.
Rec 1 "Fun at the Zoo"
Rec 2 "Fun with Pets"
Rec 3 "Goldilocks and the Three Bears"
Rec 4 "Sleeping Beauty"
Rec 5 "Three Little Pigs"
Rec 6 "Ugly Duckling"
10-inch Recordings
Rec 7a-b "Memories of President Lincoln" 2 records, n.d.
Rec 8a-d "Travels of Babar" 4 records, test pressing, n.d.
Rec 9 "Riddle Me This" 1 record, a "Guess What" record, age 5-8, Children's Record Guild, n.d.
Rec 10 "Minstrel Boy" Album with 3 records, Christopher Lynch, tenor; Columbia Records, 1947.
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AU 4 12-inch Recordings
Rec 1a-f "Moby Dick" 6 records, radio background music, Oct. 19-26, 1946
Rec 2a-b "Oh, Suzanna" 2 records, NL arranger, Apr. 19, 1946
Rec 3 "Psalm 23" 1 record, Westminster Choir recording, n.d.
Rec 4a-b "Piano Sonata" 2 records, Bereridge Webster, pianist, 1942
Rec 5a-b "Prelude to Western Star" 2 records, Union Thological Seminary, Paul Modlish, baritone, May 21, 1952
Rec 6a-c "Quartet (String) No. 2" 3 records, Gordon Quartet, Eastman School, Apr. 12, 1946
Rec 7a-c "Quintet for Piano and Strings" 3 records, Yaddo Music Group, Sept. 7, 1940
Rec 8a-f "Return of the Native" 6 records, WCBS radio background music, June 15, 1948
Rec 9a-b "Seventh String Quartet" 2 records, WILL radio, Univ. of Illinois, Dec. 3, 1948
Rec 10 "Three Little Pigs" 1 record, Lynn Murray Singers and Orchestra, CBS, NL arranger, c. 1940
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Subseries C: 33 1/3 RPM Records
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AU 5 Rec 1a-b "Am I My Brother's Keeper?" (Part I of Oratorio, Children of God), 2 records, Berea College Oratorio Choir, Rolf Hovey, Cond. and Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, custom broadcast, Feb 17, 1957, CBS
Rec 2 "Arise, Shine" 1 record, Univ. of Denver Choir, Roger Dexter, cond., Century Records, Christmas midwest tour, 1965
Rec 3 "Birth of Moses" 1 record, Colorado All-State Girls' Glee Club, NL director, Univ. of Denver, Century Records, Colorado All-State High School Choir and Madrigal Festival, Oct. 26, 1963
Rec 4a-d "Carol Fantasy" 4 records, performer unknown, Deryck Waring Recordings, New York, n.d.
Rec 5 "Concerto for Organ and Brasses" 1 record, Marilyn Mason, organ, Thor Johnson, cond.; with "Quiet Design", Marilyn Mason, organ; NY Philharmonic Brasses, Remington Records, N.Y., c. 1953
Rec 6 "Holy Birth" 1 record, Walter Zorn Chorale and cond., Choral Services, Inc., n.d.
Rec 7 "Inscriptions from the Catacombs" 1 record, Thiel College Choir, Marlowe W. Johnson, cond., "Thiel Choir in Aelsink", Century Records, Aug. 8, 1963
Rec 8 "Inscriptions from the Catacombs" 1 record, Concordia Choir, Paul J. Christiansen, director, "Vivas in Deo" Record Publications Co., RCA, n.d.
Rec 9 "Irish Folk Songs" 1 record, NL arranger and cond., Christopher Lynch, tenor; John Wummer, flute; Laura Newell, harp; Leonard rose, cello; Century Records, Denver, n.d.
Rec 10 "Jesus, the King" 1 record, choir and organ; St Thomas Episcopal Choir, Robert C. Johnson, choirmaster and organist; Century Records, n.d.
Rec 11 "Jesus, the King" 1 record, Warren Zorn Chorale, Warren Zorn, cond., Corlis Arnold, accompanist, Choral Service Inc., n.d.
Rec 12a-b "Lullaby for Christmas" 2 records; University of Denver Choir, Daniel Moe, cond.; Colorado Recording Co., 1958
Rec 13 "Monotone" Jamestown College Concert Choir, Richard H. Smith, cond.; Mark Custom Records, Moorehead, Mn., n.d.
Rec 14 "O Come Let Us Sing to the Lord" 1 record; University of Denver Choir, Roger Dexter Fee, Dir.; Century Custom Recording, n.d.
Rec 15 "Open My Eyes That I May See" 1 record; Shawnee Choir, Earl Willhoite, Dir.; Shawnee Press Reference Recording, n.d.
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AU 6 Rec 1 "Out of the Cradle Endlessly Rocking" 1 album, North Dakota State University Choir, Edwin R. Fissinger, Dir.; Concert Tour Choir, 1971.
Rec 2 "Sing Unto the Lord a New Song" 1 record, Mid- America Chorale, John Dexter, Dir.:Composers Recordings, Inc.(CRI), n.d.
Rec 3 "Sing Unto the Lord a New Song" 1 record, includes "Soe Wee May Sing"; Shawnee Choir, Earl Willhoite, Dir.; Shawnee Press Reference Recording, n.d.
Rec 4 "Shout for Joy" 1 record, Colorado All-State Choir, Sadie M. Rafferty, cond.; Colorado All-State High School, Choir and Madrigal Festival; Century Custom Recording, Oct. 24, 1964.
Rec 5 "Sonata-Fantasy" 1 record, Robert Davine, accordion; Crystal Records, 1979.
Rec 6 "Steal Away" 1 record, North Dakota State University, Concert Choir, Edwin Fissinger, Dir.; Annual Tour, 1968.
Rec 7a-b "Steal Away" 2 records, North Dakota State University, Concert Choir, Edwin Fissinger, Dir.; Annual Tour, 1970.
Rec 8 "Then Hallowed Chosen Morn" 1 record, Colorado All-State High School Choir, James Bratturn, Gordon DeBroder, Dir.; Colorado All-State High School, Choir and Madrigal Festival; sponsored by University of Denver, Oct. 28, 1961.
Rec 9 "To Margarita DeBayle" 1 record, Europadisk, Ltd., test pressing for CRI, May 9, 1983.
Rec 10 "To Margarita DeBayle" 1 record, Phyllis Bryn-Jalson, soprano, Donald Sutherland, pianist; includes Valley Suite Max Pollikoff, violinist, Wanda Maximilien, pianist; American Academy and Institute of Arts and Letters Composers Award, CRI, 1983.
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Subseries D: Cassette Tapes and CD
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AU 7 Tape 1 "Coming of the Spirits" 1 tape, from Mesa Verde, n.d.
Tape 2a-e "Children of God" 5 tapes, oratorio, Berea College, Louisville Orchestra, May 15, 1957.
Tape 3 "Dialogue of Abraham and Isaac" 1 tape, Arthur Scharp, tenor, David Karp, piano, n.d.
Tape 4 "Duo Harp Concerto" 1 tape, Susan and Debbie Davids, Costa Rica Symphony Orchestra, Sept. 1983.
Tape 5a-b "8 Details and a Summary for Piano" 2 tapes, Theodore Lichtman, Jan. 11, 1983.
Tape 6a-b "Elizabeth Blues" 2 tapes, n.d.
Tape 7a-b "From an Opening to a Close" 2 tapes, Colorado Wind Ensemble, Mar. 1989.
Tape 8 "Love Divine" 1 tape, Christ the King Church, Nichol Hills, Okla., John Dexter, Dir., May 21, 1995.
Tape 9a-b "Margarite de Bayle" 2 tapes, Festival of American Song, Univ. of Colo., Mary Louise Burke, soprano, Kay Norton, piano, May 27, 1990.
Tape 10a-c "Mesa Verde" 3 tapes, n.d.
Tape 11a-b "Metaphors" 2 tapes, Colorado Wind Ensemble, Feb. 16, 1992.
Tape 12 "Prelude to the Western Star" 1 tape, Panarama of American Vocal Music, Univ. of Colo., Barry Johnson, baritone, Terese Stewart, piano, Nov. 5, 1987.
Tape 13 "Red Cow is Dead" 1 tape, June Boyd, Greeley, Co., June 2, 1988.
Tape 14 "Reflections on the Surface of Time" 1 tape, Kansas City Conservatory Wind Ensemble, Sept. 30, 1993.
Tape 15 "Seventh String Quartet" 1 tape, n.d.
Tape 16a-c "Sonata-Fantasy" 3 tapes, Robert Davine, accordion, n.d.
Tape 17 "Song of the Virgin Mother" 1 tape, Eleanor Anop, soprano, Kevin Kennedy, piano, Jan. 11, 1983.
Tape 18 "Summer's Evening Sonatine" 1 tape, Alice Rybak, piano, Oct. 20, 1994.
Tape 19 "Three Chorale Voluntaries" 1 tape, Richard Park, trumpet, Evelyn Schuette, organ, Nov. 25, 1980.
Tape 20 "Travels of Barbar/3 Little Pigs" 1 tape, recorded Nov. 20, 1991.
Tape 21 "Trio for Flute, Harp, Viola" 1 tape, Carolyn Kuban, Jeani Muhonen, Marcia Holmes, Mar. 25, 1987.
Tape 22a-b "Trio for Violin, Cello, Piano" 2 tapes, Mendelssohn Trio of Colorado, n.d.
Tape 23 "Tripartito" 1 tape, n.d.
Tape 24 Miscellaneous, 1 tape, includes Psalm 23, "Memories of President Lincoln", "Travels of Babar", "Three Little Pigs", and "Oh, Susanna", n.d.
Tape 25 Music by Normand Lockwood, 1 tape, College Music Society Conference, Colorado Springs, Colo., Mar. 30, 1996.
Tape 26a-b Some Unpublished Works of Normand Lockwood: Exploring the Base of the Iceberg, 2 tapes, Kay Norton, cond., MTNA Conference (1990's).
CD 1 "Concerto for Organ and Brasses" Joan Lippincott, organist and Philadelphia Brass., Princeton University Chapel, Gothic Records, Inc., 1995.

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Series V: Oversize

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OV 1 "Christmas in Olde England"
"Mass for Children and Orchestra"
"Song of the Virgin Mother"
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OV 2 "Old 100th Cantata"
"Prairie"
"Symphony in 4 Movements"
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OV 3 "Light Out of Darkness"
"Patriotic Overture"
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OV 4 "Life Triumphant"
"Magnificat"
"Pater Dimitte Illis"
"Psalm 114"
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OV 5 "Choral Fantasy"
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OV 6 "Adagio for String Quartet"
"Adagio Intristito"
"Concerto for Two Harps and Orchestra"
"Sabbath Eve Service"
"Serenades for String Quartet"
"String Quartet in D Minor"
"Valley Suite"
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OV 7 "Closing Doxology"
"Four Songs of Sappho"
"Piano Concerto"
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OV 8 "Concertino for Trumpet and Concert Band"
"From an Opening to a Close"
"Year's Chronicle"
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OV 9 "Concerto for Organ and Brasses"
"Concerto for Organ and Chamber Orchestra"
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OV 10 "Chorus Girl"
"Symphonic Sequences"
"Symphony for Large Orchestra"
"Symphony for String Orchestra"
"Weekend Prelude"
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OV 11 - OV 12 "Children of God"
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OV 13 "Symphony in E"
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OV 14 "Reflections on the Surface of Time"
"Return of the Spirits"
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OV 15 Personal Records - Scrapbooks, Photos

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